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Into the Light: Robert Henri and the Ashcan School

Robert Henri (1865–1929) was a colleague, friend, and rival of William Merritt Chase, and one of the most influential painters in America in the early twentieth century. 1,546 more words


Seabass' Diary...Day 111...Taken...

August 27, 2016-I didn’t know if I believed myself or not. In actuality, Simba’s reaction was on par…I couldn’t blame him for freaking out, I wanted to as well but I had to keep calm for the both of us. 249 more words


Seabass' Diary...Day 110...The Terror

August 26, 2016-I rushed to find Simba; he was still sleeping in the nest as if nothing had happened. If he knew what had just transpired he would have been awake with fear. 239 more words


Into the Light: George Bellows, after 1914

The first article in this two-part series told the story of George Bellows (1882–1925), his life and painting up to the outbreak of the First World War. 983 more words


Into the Light: George Bellows, up to 1914

In the summer of 1891, William Merritt Chase (whose centenary we celebrate this autumn) ran the first of his summer schools in the Shinnecock Hills on Long Island. 1,059 more words


To whom it may concern

I guess the Liverpool poet of the 1960s and 1970s, Adrian Henri, is following a pattern set by Francois Villon in the 1400s by putting out a poetic last will and testament. 641 more words